Oidermaa Manor was established in 1658 and in the 18th and 19th centuries, it became famous because of the number of times it changed hands: it has belonged to the von Lilienfelds, von Helmersens, von Uexkulls, von Maydells, von Rosens von Schillings and von Wetter-Rosenthals. It was owned by the latter when it was nationalised in 1919. The one-storey stone mansion of the manor is in late classicist style and it was built in 1839 when the manor was owned by the von Lilienthals, who managed to own it for longer than anyone else – 114 years.The manor is currently in private ownership and nicely done up. The manor offers accommodation and bike rental. Hikes into the ancient Mihkli Parish are also organised.
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Oidrema kula, Parnu 88404 Estonia
Was a nice and pleasant stay
May 2015 • Couples
The hotel is actually a nice old Baltic-german manor. It looks nice from the inside and is fully renovated and due to the old furniture you really feel like you are staying in an old manor. The hosts were really nice and kind to us. The breakfast was very nice and therefore really natural and they really put a lot of effort in it although we booked very late in advance.
Written 22 May 2015
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